Texans will close out 2011 with more questions than answers, from the outcomes of redistricting and Gov. Rick Perry's presidential bid to the effects of lawmakers' multibillion-dollar budget cuts. Here’s hoping 2012 brings some resolution.
Gov. Rick Perry is not going down without a fight. He spent his last full day on the campaign trail in Iowa throwing furious punches at his rivals, rallying his Texas “posse” for support and pleading with voters to look past polls showing him in fifth place here.
Gov. Rick Perry spent his last day on the Iowa campaign trail making his final argument to voters before tomorrow's first-in-the-nation caucuses. The Trib's Jay Root takes us through some of the highlights.
The solar-energy industry faced several setbacks in 2011. But as Mose Buchele of KUT News and StateImpact Texas reports, one UT professor thinks he's found a way to exponentially increase the amount of energy harvested from solar technology.
Supporters of business tycoon Donald Trump have filed paperwork to establish the Make America Great Again Party so that "The Donald" might still be able to run for president here. Could he actually win Texas?
The Iowa caucuses are finally here. In final campaign stump speeches Monday, Gov. Rick Perry worked to convince Hawkeye State Republicans that he is the candidate who shares their values and who can beat President Obama.
Lt. Gov. David Dewhurst's U.S. Senate campaign has posted a new online ad promoting comments by Gov. Rick Perry that signal support for his bid to succeed Kay Bailey Hutchison but stop short of a full-throated endorsement.
The State Bar of Texas has dismissed a grievance filed against Williamson County District Attorney John Bradley in the case of Michael Morton, whose wrongful conviction for murder was reversed last year.